Decent remake of the 1955 comedy, in which two escaped Depression-era convicts pose as priests as they make their way to the Canadian border.
Prison inmates scheme to retire their warden when he cracks down on them.
Two escaped convicts are mistaken for priests when they hide out at a monastery on the Canadian border - can they keep up the charade and still make their escape? With Demi Moore.
A behind the scenes look at Robert downey Jr. being painted to help construct the Iron Man suit that can be seen from the Iron Man DVD which will be available on September 30th.
The third tv spot for Iron Man, Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios' big screen adaptation of Marvel's legendary Super Hero Iron Man will launch into theaters on May 2, 2008.
Super Bowl spot for Iron Man gives all new scenes from the film including more of the suit design that Tony Stark wears.
Featurette for Iron Man discusses how the crew want the film's visual effects to support the story, not distract from it. Featurette will be included with the Iron Man DVD.
Director Jon Favreau talks about the grey Iron Man suit illustration and Mocap tests that can be seen from the Iron Man DVD which will be available on September 30th.
As released by Yahoo! Movies, featurette for Iron Man opens with director Jon Favreau, as he gives us a tour of Tony Stark's house.
International teaser trailer for Iron Man shows more dialogue between Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Viginia 'Pepper' Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), more action, and some additional clips.
A couple of escaped convicts on the run find refuge with the Church when they are mistaken for two priests.
Life is full of laughs in the John Dillinger Memorial Penitentiary as Jimmie Walker ("Good Times"), Richard Mulligan ("Empty Nest") and comic Jeff Altman survive prison life in "Police Academy" fashion.
Life is full of laughs in the John Dillinger Memorial Penitentiary as Jimmie Walker, Richard Mulligan and comic Jeff Altman survive prison life in "Police Academy" fashion.
Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal reunite in this fancy footwork romantic comedy about a bankrupt perfume manufacturer who finds her one remaining asset is the ownership of a has-been boxer.
The stars of the classic screwball comedy WHAT'S UP, DOC? -- Academy Award-winning superstar Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal -- reunite in this fancy footwork romantic comedy about a bankrupt perfume manufacturer who finds her one remaining asset is the ownership of a has-been boxer. It's a love match between the boxer and his new owner as they spar both in and outside of the ring. Co-starring Richard Lawson and Ernie Hudson.
Robert Redford takes to the skies in this rousing adventure! Waldo Pepper (Redford) is a former WWI biplane pilot who feels he missed out on his chance to earn glory during the war and dreams of being the first man to perform the risky outside loop. Desperate for cash, he resorts to “barnstorming” with his unique style of aerial showmanship, but soon lands in Hollywood as a stunt pilot. When ace fighter pilot Ernst Kessler (Bo Brundin) is cast to recreate his famous dogfight in a Hollywood blockbuster, Waldo sees an opportunity to redeem his war record in a dramatic and death-defying airborne fight that proves to be a little too real. Directed by George Roy Hill (The Sting) and co-starring Susan Sarandon, Margot Kidder, Bo Svenson and Edward Herrmann, it’s a thrilling, pulse-pounding story about the dreamers and risk-takers of early aviation.
In the future, Tony Stark's grandson Andros is Iron Man 2099. However, his super-armor isn't designed to save the day -- it's to eliminate Tony Stark!
In the first part of the season finale, Robert’s past pays him a visit, while the rest of the hospital staff reconciles their own relationships. A violent retaliation from the white supremacists puts lives at risk.
Jane rushes into the bedroom and finds Michael is not getting dressed for work. She reminds him that he said he had surgery this morning. Michael groans that there has been a slight problem at the hospital, and he has been placed on suspension.
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The Erwin Twins, Rhona and Andy, are not happy about Tony's academic success at the Tomorrow Academy. Rhona was the smartest student in school before Tony Stark turned up last year. Seething that she has become #2, she concocted a test to see who is really the smartest.
Tony is not happy. He has inadvertently created The Guardsmen, and Titanium Man. His enemies are using his tech for evil purposes, and upgrading their own weapons... all because of him. Tony decides to put a stop to this, once and for all.
Doctor Victor Von Doom arrives in New York to personally acquire the stolen Iron Man specs, after Tony keeps continually corrupting Stane's high security digital file-sharing attempts. All specs must be delivered in person on a hard drive. Rhodey warns Tony not to go after Doom - he has diplomatic immunity!
Tony and Rhodey have finally reconciled. Rhodey realizes Tony had to go above the law to track down his stolen armor specs... he did it for the greater good. The Iron Man armor is being turned into a full-out weapon.
Obadiah Stane has funded the creation of two new "corporate superheroes" based off the Iron Man armor: Force and Shockwave, aka "The Guardsmen". Furious, Tony decides to invent "Negator Packs", which will corrupt the armor's advanced circuitry. The media slams Iron Man for going rogue and Rhodey warns him about his poor public perception, although Pepper fully supports him.
Gene Khan and Howard Stark fly over the Atlantic Ocean, seeking the seventh Makluan Ring. Obadiah Stane attempts plotting a new scheme to acquire the Iron Man armor. At wits end, he finally crosses the line and hires the nefarious... Ghost. Ghost is able to gain access to the armory and takes photos of Tony removing his armor. Now, Ghost has evidence Tony Stark is Iron Man!
Several months have passed since Tony's Armory was destroyed and he is desperately trying to get his life back together. Gene Khan has forced Howard Stark to fly across the globe, searching for a sixth Makluan Ring. Meanwhile, Tony perks up when Pepper and Rhodey inform him that Justin Hammer,the world's youngest industrialist, has moved his base of operations to New York. For the first time in months, Tony dons the Iron Man armor and flies in to spy on Hammer and Stane.
The Simons are hired to find a spy who recently came out of retirement.
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Trying times and big trouble await Ricky and Edward when an overbearing man from Kate's past settles into the Stratton household, after "conveniently" crashing his airplane on the grounds of the estate.
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